Ways to block unwanted calls from your home phoneYou can control who calls your house. By using calling features, changing your directory listing and/or signing up for the do-not-call list, you can reduce unwanted calls.

Use Call Waiting and never miss a call because you're on the phoneWith this calling feature, if you're already on the phone, you hear a stuttered tone when someone dials your number. You can pick up or continue chatting.

Calling Features: 3-Way CallingA phone feature that lets you talk to 2 people at different phone numbers at the same time, similar to a conference call.

Use Selective Call Forwarding to send specific calls to another phoneIf you don't have time to wait around for a specific call, forward the number to where you plan to be and get back to doing what you want to be doing.

What's spoofing?Spoofing is a way companies conceal their identity by changing how their name and/or number appear on your caller ID.

Use Call Transfer to send calls to another phoneWe're on the go more than ever. Transfer calls to your cell phone so you can take them to go, or send a caller to your son, wife or roommate's phone.

How to use calling features to block incoming callsControl who's ringing your home. Some calling features let you block specific phone numbers, others let you block certain calls.

How to stop calling features from blocking callsIt can be easy to forget which calling features are on your account, and if you don't use them regularly, it's equally easy to forget what they do.

Use Call Forwarding to send your calls to another phoneIf you're going to be elsewhere and don't want to miss your calls, use this calling feature to forward them to where you plan to be.

Reject calls from private and anonymous numbersWith Anonymous Call Rejection, you can block calls from people who hide their name and number.

Common 3-Way Calling problemsOnce you get the hang of how to use it, this handy feature can save you time and make coordinating plans much easier.